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Police & Fire
Police urge residents to continue to stay off roads.
No power has been restored in Hopatcong since Tropical Storm Sandy took out the borough's electricity Monday night, police say.
Police urge residents to stay off roads, Halloween and school cancelled on Wednesday.
Everything you'll need to know about power, damage, and when things might get back to normal.
Officer trapped for about a half-hour as others cut one of the trees from the vehicle.
Police say whole town is shut down, with multiple trees and wires down.
Residents are also experiencing power outages throughout the township Monday night.
Government, Public Safety
The Virginia Task Force One team is on its way to Fort Dix as it prepares to respond to destruction after Hurricane Sandy.
Hopatcong OEM says to call power company first, and to make sure generator runs outside home.
The American Red Cross issued the following preparedness checklist.
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